Public Space & Facade
The Melbourne showroom of premium Italian kitchen brand Boffi is situated in a repurposed gospel hall, featuring ornate pressed metal ceilings and architectural details.
Buckhurst Avenue, Point Piper
With a westerly aspect that takes in expansive views across Sydney Harbour, this apartment renovation was superbly designed, and completed with IILUS lighting solutions.
Kirribilli Avenue, Kirribilli
Set adjacent to the harbour bridge in Sydney’s Kirribilli, Mathieson Architects treated the building envelope with a patinated copper cladding and locally sourced ‘convict pecked’ sandstone to reflect the historic context of the site.
The project sought to elevate the traditional bridal experience by reimagining the interior layout and creating a sense of performance through the spatial-configuration of the showroom.
Wolseley Road, Coogee
Situated on a unique site bordered on two sides by public parks, this three level residential building commands panoramic views of Coogee Bay and the Tasman.
Late 2019, Vacheron Constantin opened their first boutique in Melbourne, Australia accented beautifully with Sammode lighting products.
MPavilion is Australia's leading architecture commission, and a cultural laboratory for the community to engage and share.
Taking up over 2100 square meters, the Mazda Dealership features a dedicated service centre and over 1200 square meters of indoor and outdoor car display space with modern office facilities.
A boutique development taking in panoramic views of Sydney harbour.
WPP AUNZ, Melbourne
Designworks of Auckland have created a new workplace for industry leading marketing communications providers.
Housed in the former North Terrace of Adelaide train station, Sean's kitchen was conceived as a step into a typical New York brasserie.
900 Ann St, Brisbane
An elegant glass tower set on a brick podium within the historic Fortitude Valley Holy Trinity Church precinct.
Discreet path illumination using the HLS handrail system by Planet Lighting.
At night, the restaurant feels dark and intimate, the oak and spotted gum joinery glows.
Pristine, ordered and impeccably detailed, a workspace for quantity surveying and cost planning.
Timelessness and sophistication underpin the design qualities of the new fitout for the national accounting firm.
A high degree of client facing space including a 24 seat boardroom and 12 seat video conference suit.
Melton Town Centre
Central public thoroughfares have been transformed to create a vibrant, attractive, pedestrian-accessible and safe precinct.
The new Sydney flagship showroom celebrates their latest collection of innovative surface and tile solutions.
Upon entering the lift lobby to Suncorp's Auckland offices, a sophisticated sense of mood is achieved.
The fitout of chambers for Wardell involved the development of a rich palette of timbers and surfaces.
Woods Bagot’s Perth studio has been transformed at all levels, but the most unique one elicits its agile nature for work.
Woods Bagot has created an interactive environment for Stylecraft’s new showroom in Perth.
A restrained material palette is employed to create an adaptable multi-use space for Hillam Architects.
108 St Georges Terrace
Brookfield is showcasing the building and the possibilities for office location through the Geyer designed workplace.
Compact living that simultaneously feels expansive.
An oversized outdoor deck with views over the deep harbour that flanks the city down its western side.
A landmark shopping centre recognised for its creative eclecticism and environmental stance.
A contemporary workplace which is destined to set the benchmark for innovative adaptive spaces.
Designed to impress via the use of materials and setting.
Finishes and materials selection was a blend and reflective of the two differing business units.
A close and creative collaboration between Woods Bagot and Built.
168 Hawthorn Parade
Pinhole downlights by Lucent deliver optimal visual comfort.
Evocative of place, 12-Micron draws on the colours, tones and textures of a Spotted gum.
Red brick blends with the residential context of the location and is a humble material.
The narrow openings of the original facade are reinterpreted in similarly proportioned forms for a new period.
A modern and inviting restaurant that exudes the warmth of traditional Japanese design.
Exposed concrete and brick, structural steel beams and mechanical ductwork creates a raw, industrial interior.
The cavernous space had six metre high ceilings so an industrial look was an honest interpretation.
The Sydney store for this women’s fashion label offers a modern, edgy setting in which the pieces are the stars
A playful take on the Zurich graphic brand.
The new domestic terminal has innovative features to reduce energy consumption.
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